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As it happened: France beat England in Six Nations

Text by Peter BERLIN

Latest update : 2014-02-01

Gaël Fickou came off the bench with only six minutes to play on Saturday and scored two minutes later to give France a 26-24 victory over England in the opening round of the Six Nations.

In a game of wildly fluctuating fortunes, Yoann Huget gave France an early edge with two tries. But England dominated the second half and seemed to be in control when it led by five points with time running out.

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Date created : 2014-01-31

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